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Future grad looks ahead

June 17, 2013

If there’s one thing 38-year-old LaToya Weaver has learned in the last eight years, it’s that patience and determination can open virtually any door. By the end of December, Weaver will realize her lifelong dream: graduating from Mississippi State University with an interdisciplinary studies degree that will allow her to coach basketball. 

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